* Edwin Lee Greene, 50, 4
White Oak Court, Johnson City, was arrested Wednesday by Carter
County Sheriff's Department Lt. Forrest Sharpe on a warrant
charging him with assault.
* Daniel L. Johnson, 34, 917 Pine Ridge Circle,
was arrested Wednesday by Elizabethton Police Department Capt.
Clyde Croy following a traffic stop. Johnson was charged with
no driver's license.
* Two Limestone men were treated Wednesday night
for gunshot wounds and arrest warrants have been issued for
Francisco Lopez-Garzon, 20, 139 Kent Drive, Jonesborough,
charging him with two counts of attempted murder and two counts
of attempted robbery. According to Washington County Sheriff
Fred Phillips, deputies responded around 8:30 p.m. to the
400 block of Mayberry Road where two Hispanic males were found
with multiple gunshot wounds each. The victims were identified
as Abraham Matazar, 27, 1989 Conklin Road, Limestone, and
Mario Castro, 24, same address. Both men were transported
to Johnson City Medical Center where they were admitted for
treatment. Lopez-Garzon was last seen driving a white Dodge
van with a front tag bearing the name "Teresa Lopez" on it.
Anyone with information is asked to call Washington County
Criminal Investigation Division, 461-1414.
* Eric Robert Henderson, 136 Cedar St., Johnson
City, who turned 19 years old Thursday, got a birthday present
from officers of Johnson City Police Bureau. Henderson was
arrested and charged with felony reckless endangerment after
he was observed traveling at a high rate of speed northbound
on I-181 approaching Mountcastle Drive overpass. Radar showed
Henderson's vehicle traveling 108 mph in a 55 mph zone while
passing several other vehicles in heavy traffic.
* Officers of Sullivan County
Sheriff's Office were dispatched Thursday to 389 Jenkins Road,
Bluff City, regarding a subject injured by a weapon. When
officers arrived, they discovered a white female adult in
the master bedroom of the residence suffering from a fatal
gunshot wound to the head. The investigation is continuing,
however, according to the sheriff's office, all indications
at the time of the report pointed to a self-inflicted wound.
The identity of the victim had not been released at the time
of the report.
* A second person has died of injuries received
during a one-car accident Tuesday on Possum Creek Road in
Sullivan County. Brook Roberts, 19, 1244 Virginia Ave., Bristol,
died Wednesday at Johnson City Medical Center of injuries
received in the crash after the vehicle she was riding in
left the roadway and struck a tree. The driver, Robert Mitchell,
26, 1893 Ryder Church Road, Bluff City, died at the scene.
A third person, William Bishop, 18, 125 Hillview St., Bluff
City, was seriously injured and was transported to Johnson
City Medical Center by Wings Air Rescue.
* Marc Albert Marshall, 30, Webb Hall Road Apartments,
Milligan College, reported Monday to Elizabethton Police Department
Ptl. Jerry Bradley that the right side of his BMW Passat had
been vandalized during the night while parked at Webb Hall.
The BMW had a long scratch mark down the right side of the
* Mike Hensley, 23, 2009 Ridgefield
Road, Johnson City, reported Wednesday to EPD Ptl. Shannon
Peters that his blue 1997 Chevrolet C1500 pickup was stolen
from the parking lot at Star Building Systems. Hensley said
he parked the vehicle around 6 a.m. and when he came out from
work at 3 p.m., the vehicle was missing.
* Denise Andes, 2229 Dave
Buck Road, reported Wednesday to CCSD Sgt. Patrick Johnson
that when she came home from work, she parked her car in the
driveway. When she prepared to leave for work the next morning,
she found that the vehicle had been entered and her wallet
along with her son's backpack were stolen. Andes' wallet was
located in a ditch a short distance down Dave Buck Road and
was returned to her with nothing missing. The backpack, described
as black, leather and nylon, was still missing at the time
of the report.
* Richard Williams, 42, reported Wednesday to
CCSD Sgt. Patrick Johnson that between midnight and 1 a.m.
Jan. 15-16 he heard something outside his residence and went
to investigate. Williams found his vehicle open and everything
thrown around but nothing missing. The next night, Jan. 15-16,
around the same time, Williams heard something outside again,
and found that his aluminum outbuilding had been entered and
two fishing rods and reels (a 6-1/2 foot Quantum and a 6-foot
Lewis Speed Stick; Shimano and Shakespeare open face reels)
had been stolen. Entry was made by bending the door and forcing
it open. The door was locked and was heavily damaged in the
* Evangelyn Hyatt, 35, 122
Stines Road, reported Wednesday to CCSD Sgt. Patrick Johnson
that her 9-month-old Cocker Spaniel, "Smokey," was missing.
Hyatt said the dog stays chained when the family is not home
and never leaves the porch or yard area. Animal Control had
no knowledge of the dog, which is a black and brown mix with
an injury to the left rear paw; sometimes limps.